Three years into the Trump administration’s promised war on the administrative state, the attacks appear to be having an effect at last, with the morale of the government workforce showing a decline for the first time in six years.

Morale among the country’s roughly 2 million federal workers fell by half a point in 2019, the first drop since 2014, according to a survey administered by the Office of Personnel Management.

The drop wasn‘t uniform across the government, and a number of agencies are feeling markedly upbeat, including NASA and the tiny U.S. International Trade Commission. But the decline was particularly significant at some of the crucial law enforcement agencies targeted by the president, including the FBI, the Justice Department and Customs and Border Protection, the new data show.